Monthly Archives: September 2011

{Nostalgia}: How Owning A Baby Boutique Has Prepared Me For Today…

Before my future called, I used to sew baby blankets. Seriously. Thousands and thousands of handmade, (triple-stiched,) baby blankets. They garnered national attention at one point and John Jantsch from Duct Tape Marketing wrote a blog about my business. For two years, my life was about me, a sewing machine and cultivating a life for…

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{World Domination} Facebook’s #F8 Summit

    Confused about the newest FB Updates? Facebook has finally caught onto #hashtags and the power of keyword searching. They are connecting the world and caching our information in everything we do, including building a timeline from our join date on facebook until now, (segregated in photos/status updates, relationships.) All information will be accessible,…

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{Targeted} Why Are Big Box Retailers Selling Out?

Just a few moments ago, I ventured over to Target.com. They are in the midst of their ‘Camera Sale.’ Since I recently walked into Target for Kleenex and walk out with a $700 digital camera, I try to steer clear of their online website for fear of spending way more than I need. Target has…

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